This is by far the biggest rating robbery

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asked Sep 22, 2022 in 3D Segmentation by Sagelucy (1,900 points)

But it  Madden 23 coins appears that the death deck and the overall stadium design might never happen. The Bears appear to be determined on becoming part of the Cowboys, Commanders, Patriots and 49ers who left the city and moved out to the suburbs. The team is investing into the Arlington Heights area, roughly 25 miles from downtown Chicago. When asked about the Solider Field renovation plans in the Chicago Tribune, the Bears shot down any interest.

"The only option the Chicago Bears are exploring for developing a new stadium includes Arlington Park. In accordance with our mutual agreement with the seller of that property, we are not exploring other stadium opportunities or sites, including renovations to Soldier Field, while we are under contract," the Bears stated. "We have advised to the City of Chicago that we're planning to honor our contractual commitments as we carry on our due diligence as well as predevelopment activities regarding the Arlington Heights property."

We may never have a look at the new design of Solider Field, or the death-deck made of glass -- but we'll be able to recall the experiences. We're starting to see players' ratings begin to be released in Madden 23 with EA Sports unveiling the complete list of wide receivers and tight ends in this year's game. Although there are many that were logically based off recent performances and the promise of the 2022 Madden NFL 23 season however, there are some who cause me to be irrationally angry. It's time we look at our Top 10 lists at both WR and TE this year and then break down those players who were targeted.

This is by far the biggest rating robbery we've witnessed thus far. EA ... What do you guys think you're doing? In the past , it would be unreasonable to give a second-year WR the 80s with a high rating. Heck, it might be  madden 23 mut coins pretty decent and this is just ridiculous.


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